WE’RE CONTINUING TO BRING YOU POSITIVE NEWS…….
You can’t seem to escape stories about the current Corona pandemic we are in the midst of and whilst it appear that everythng we hear is bad news, we’ve gathered together some positive news stories that give is a glimmer of hope that there may be some light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel.
We have included links to the news stories as reported on official news platforms so you can read them for yourself.
Robots use light beams to zap hospital viruses!
That’s right, you read it correctly, a robotic engineering company in Denmark has developed a robot which can clear a room of harmful microbes.
Glowing like light sabres, eight bulbs emit concentrated UV-C ultraviolet light. This destroys bacteria, viruses and other harmful microbes by damaging their DNA and RNA, so they can’t multiply.
Scientists around the world race to create a vaccine
About 35 companies and academic institutions are racing to create such a vaccine, at least four of which already have candidates they have been testing in animals.
The first of these, produced by Boston-based biotech firm Moderna , will enter human trials imminently.
Global lockdown illustrates how much pollution can change
In the battle against COVID-19, countries around the world are restricting gatherings, encouraging people to work from home and closing public venues. Italy is under lockdown.
All of these actions are having quantifiable consequences, particularly in our environment, scientists believe. Once the current crises has subsided, it’s hoped that these learnings can be taken forward to persuade countries to seriously look at how they are polluting their countries.
and away from scientific news here’s a few other heartwarming stories that might put a smile on your face….
Dad creates ingenious way to stop being disturbed by kids
This Dad has decided that he doesn’t want continuous interruptions from his children while he is locked down in self-isolation. His solution is ingenious.
If only this was the easy answer to the loo roll shortage!
With the amount of time lots of us will be spending at home, this would be a great solution for all gardening enthusiasts!
Who needs a running machine to exercise at home?
As we may all be spending more time indoors over the coming weeks, our MD Mike Fawcett has decided to initiate the Tetenal Lending Library, bringing in some of his favourite books for the staff to borrow.
We all know that it can be difficult to motivate ourselves to exercise at the best of times, but with many gyms closing down and home treadmills a little on the expensive side, this guy has come up with a simple solution in his kitchen.
and if you are exercising at home, don’t upset anyone!
Most of us have been told not to play with a ball in the house at some point in our lives. It seems like some people never really got the message……
Sports stars show they do care about the community
Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville is to open his hotels free of charge to health workers to help with the coronavirus crisis.
Closer to Tetenal’s home here in Leicester, one of the Foxes legends approached Age UK to offer his help.
Whilst down in London, Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha offered help to NHS staff with housing.
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We’ll all be spending more time at home so why not let us have your recommendations for Box Sets that you’ve enjoyed recently.
It’s difficult times so we all need to try and pull together and help each other.
We hope you found some positivity in today’s stories. We’ll be back soon with more to try and raise your spirits a little.